Phonograph and Talking Machine Weekly: "Art Gillham Leaves Message For 'Weekly' Readers In Trade: During his recent trip to New York to make records for the Columbia Phonograph Co., Art Gillham, "The Whispering Pianist," exclusive Columbia artist and radio headliner, divulged an interesting secret. 'While listening to my latest Columbia record,' said Art, 'which is No. 657-D, 'He Ain't Done Right By Nell' and 'It Don't Do Nuthin' But Rain,' I discovered that I had subconsciously stolen a few lines of a ditty from Lew Fitzpatrick, dean of jesters of station WJR, Detroit. I needed a few lines to fill my record between choruses, so I unthinkingly used Leo's little nut song. In the type of records I am making, it keeps a fat boy like myself stepping fast on the snowshoes to get material and I think it might interest record purchasers if they knew where the 'hokum' in my record came from."